Facebook Feed Examples
Check Facebook Feed examples to reveal the full potential of the widget. Make sure it will suit your any goals.
Facebook example 1: Medium widget
This widget in medium size will suit most of the cases when Facebook needs to be embedded into a content area of the page. You can easily change the parameters of the width and height to adapt it to your needs. The header shows the page cover, name and statistics, and the Like and Share buttons.
Facebook example 2: Small widget
Look how beautifully all the header elements rearrange when you decraese the width of the widget. Thanks to the adaptiveness, whatever parameters of the width and height you set, the feed will look brilliant and will save all the functionality at the same time. User can view each post in popup and react right there.
Facebook example 3: Large widget
To make a gtenerous-sized widget fit into the page well, you can vary the display of various elements. In this case, the cover picture of the header was switched off, which made the whole look not that bulky. All the posts info stays there and the posts themselves nicely tile the feed. Load more button help quick navigation.
Facebook example 4: Facebook Posts
Get the maximum clean look, when all you want to show is the posts. The option to switch off the menu allows you to display only a single type of content and turns the widget into the series of posts. And when the header is also hidden, the widget concentrates maximum attention on the posts, with statistics and the Share option there.
Facebook example 5: Full width posts
You can fillthe whole website page with Facebook Feed and it will look absolutely seamless. Just leaving Auto value in the width and height fields makes the widge automatically fill all the available space on the page. With the header switched off, the feed turns into an impressive showcase of posts, well worth a dedicated page.
Facebook example 6: Facebook Photos
By just a couple of clicks, turn your feed into an irresistible photo gallery. Minimalist and clean, it’s doomed to attract views and engagement - it’s only Facebook photos without extra details. They open in popup for full view and users can navigate right there, dragging or using arrows. Reactions and the Share button are also available in the popup.
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